Liv Tyler shares 25-step 1k plus skincare routine, calls it her ‘secret obsession’

Liv Tyler has a new skincare video for Vogue that my girl Kaiser/Chandra alerted me to. She knows I love Liv Tyler and skincare and this video far exceeded my expectations! I know it’s long, but just watch a few minutes of it, I posted it above, and you’ll see what I mean. Liv is sharing her very pricey skincare routine and while it’s unattainable to most of us plebes it was a delightful look into her self-indulgent rituals. I always remember the interview Liv did where she said she took two HOUR baths nightly while pregnant with her last baby. She would watch entire movies in the bath. That sounds ridiculous, right? Once you see how much Liv loves taking care of her skin it seems so like her. In the video, Liv starts prepping by sticking a fancy scrunchie in her hair made from an Hermes fabric (I love scrunchies!). She then uses an oil cleanser to remove her eye makeup, moves on to a special foaming Japanese cleanser made from silk, then applies two different face masks starting with a special “blue flame mask” which costs $40, according to Allure. That’s not bad and she does moisturize and applies makeup after. If you add up all the skincare products she shows it totals over $1,000. Liv explained that her grandmother got her into skincare from a young age and her dad, Steven Tyler, loves it too. At the end of the video she ends up looking so glowy, natural and gorgeous. Here’s Allure’s report on Liv’s products.

In a new video for Vogue, the 42-year-old actor shares her skin-care routine which, after her hair is tied back with “the chicest scrunchie in the world,” starts with not one but two cleansers. That’s not the only step she doubles up on, though.

After using the “gooey and oily” Sarah Chapman Skinesis Lash Boosting Eye Cleanse ($62) on her entire face, Tyler likes to foam up with Chidoriya Hydrating Facial Soap ($17). “It’s made from pure silk and rice bran, and it’s just this really beautiful, this is the little bar of soap,” she says of the Japanese cleanser. “You add water to it and you make this kind of lather.”

The next step Tyler does twice is masking, so she can get two different benefits. First up is the Astara Blue Flame Purification Mask ($40). “It’s really good to sort of draw out any impurities in your skin, and it also gives it a good glow,” Tyler says. After removing it, she then applies the first of three Dr. Barbara Sturm products in her routine, the Face Mask ($160). “It’s really good to also do a hydrating mask of any kind,” she says, explaining that she uses this one in particular because it “feels kind of cool and hydrating and moisturizing.”

Another Dr. Barbara Sturm product, Hyaluronic Serum ($300), comes next, and it’s the most expensive one of the bunch. “You don’t actually need much. You can just put one dropper-full or just a couple of drops.” Tyler says, explaining that she also applies it to her neck and hands. “It really is very deeply, deeply hydrating. It goes way in and penetrates.”

Before applying any other topical products, Tyler shows off her “weird” Sarah Chapman Skinesis Facialift ($38), a textured rolling tool. “It feels really good if you’re stressed and you clench your jaw and stuff, but it’s supposed to kind of help contour this part of your neck,” she says. Then, she applies Talika Eye Therapy Patches ($49), which she keeps in the fridge.

In addition to double cleansing and double masking, Tyler also double moisturizes — first, with Rodin Olio Lusso face oil ($119). After that, she break out a French favorite, Avène Extremely Rich Compensating Cream. I use this a lot on set,” she says, explaining that it’s great under makeup. She then gives it a little boost with Sisley Paris Floral Spray Mist ($100), and a big boost with her third and final Dr. Barbara Sturm product, Glow Drops ($145).

[From Allure]

I think I can afford that cream Liv uses, although it’s a splurge at $35. (It has 4.3 stars, 194 reviews and an A from Fakespot!) If you’re interested in all the makeup Liv uses, Vogue has those details. Her other tips include drinking plenty of water and green juice. She also takes CBD oil for anxiety, which I do too. I get mine from CBDistillery (not an ad, but they can send me free stuff if they want) and it doesn’t get me stoned exactly. However I can’t take it before work or before we record the podcast as it does make my thinking slow. Liv has such a soothing voice that I could watch this video on repeat all day. Liv is a treasure. I hope I’m half as excited about gossip as Liv is about skincare. I don’t think I could ever sound that sexy when describing it though. Damn.




You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

81 Responses to “Liv Tyler shares 25-step 1k plus skincare routine, calls it her ‘secret obsession’”

Comments are Closed

We close comments on older posts to fight comment spam.

  1. Daisy says:

    25 steps?? And here I can barely manage to use a makeup-removing wipe before bed each night. I guess that’s why she looks like Liv Tyler and I look like… me!

    • LadyMTL says:

      IMHO that’s a lot of steps, even for a skincare junkie. I love me some skincare but my routine is maybe 5-6 steps…cleanse, tone, essence or serum (varies depending on the time of year and what my skin needs) then creams, and once or twice a week I use a mask. Sometimes I’ll switch out my regular cream for a night cream, but that’s about it.

      I can’t imagine having the time or patience for 25 things, but then again I’ve also never taken a two hour bath, hahaha.

    • Erinn says:

      Same. The idea of doing this all the time exhausts me. But I also am not in an industry that makes it feel more necessary.

      I do need to get better skincare habits. My skin is finicky, so it makes it harder. But I’ve been adding a little more here and there, but forget to do it a lot of nights. Anything is better than nothing, I guess.

    • Agirlandherdog says:

      Took the words right out of my mouth. If I wash my face and apply lotion, I call it a win.

    • eto says:

      To be fair, the 25 steps includes her skin + makeup routine. My skincare + makeup routine is probably somewhere around 15-18 steps and I don’t even do my brows or eyeshadow.

    • Krakken says:

      Lol. Great that Steven Tyler is into skincare but maybe he’s a little late to the game. Dude looks to be about 150 yrs old in the face.

    • Anne Call says:

      Probably similar to what they need to do to trump every morning to get him “camera ready”.

  2. Betsy says:

    Every day she does this, or is this like a special treat?

    I love that this woman seems so kind, so cultured, so mannerly. An adult.

    I *also* love the fact that in the second picture by the bottom, she looks exactly like Empire Records colleague Renee Zellweger did pre-blepheroplasty.

    • Ashley G says:

      I doubt it’s everyday. You can’t do two face masks everyday, your skin would die from the overuse. Plus two serums? One of which she applies after moisturizer doesn’t make sense because serum goes on first, and two would be a waste of product. I think she was just going over what she uses routinely because I get the idea she’s very aware of skincare and the process and anyone would have told her all of those products at once would be excessive and cancel each other out

  3. jennifer says:

    Ooh she is gorgeous. Anyone else would have sounded pretentious and stuck up, but she sounds really normal and sweet. I want that blue face mask but 160?!

  4. Enn says:

    If anyone wants to dip their toe into facial oil, I really love the oils from Biossance (you can order little samples to try and a couple drops go a long way!).

    • Anners says:

      I’m interested – what oil do you recommend to start? I’m early 40s, combo skin (but pretty good overall), and starting to get fine lines around eyes and forehead. I have no idea what I need/want, but that rose oil looked really pretty, lol

      • Enn says:

        We’re the same age! I alternate between the 100% squalane and the squalane + rose oil. I put a couple of drops in my palm, dab it over my face with the opposite ring finger, and then gently press it into my skin with my fingers. That’s a tip from a friend who is a pro makeup artist – pressing is gentler and more effective than rubbing, because your pores absorb it better and you aren’t pulling at your skin. The sample bottles lasted me for a few months.

      • broodytrudy says:

        For cleansers, you might start with Kiehls. It’s a cult favorite. For fine line treatments, you might try the Ordinary’s hyaluronic acid. Do you use an AHA?

      • Anners says:

        Thanks for the suggestions! I’m totally dumb when it comes to skin care. It fascinates me, but I find all the options overwhelming and so it all turns into the whah whah whah Peanuts teacher voice. Usually I just buy a little sample bag from Sephora (have tried Origins, Caudalie, and Laneige). I’m a fan of Avène (feels good, seems to work) and I occasionally use the Mario Badescu rose spray. Please, if you have the time and the energy, enlighten me!

      • N says:

        I really love for the skincare board. The ladies can get a little feisty sometimes which is quite entertaining. Reading sunscreen fights can be pretty funny. I do board searches for pretty much everything. I like to advise to read every single ingredient so you know what ingredients work for you.

      • Anners says:

        Thank you N! For some reason reading about other peoples’ real experience with products makes them more trustworthy/less intimidating

      • N says:

        Anytime. ALWAYS remember YMVV or your mileage may vary.

  5. Lightpurple says:

    My boyfriend is madly in love with her

  6. broodytrudy says:

    I love her in Harlots on Hulu, and everything else she does. I’m a skincare freak and just gonna plug Sheseido and Skyn Iceland.

  7. Lisa says:

    She seems sweet but her voice is not something I can listen to for very long.

  8. Valiantly Varnished says:

    I watched this video last week. I loved it! I am a skincare enthusiast and she does a great job with her skincare – except she puts on her moisturizer and face oil in the wrong order.
    I used to think multiple steps in skincare was crazy until I got serious about taking care of my skin and really investing in it. I’m not using $300 Dr. Sturm products but I do invest money in my skincare. And you don’t have to do it with each step. There are things that you can save on – like cleanser. But for things like my Vitamin C serum, my retinol, oil cleanser and my moisturizer I spend a bit more. My routine isn’t 25 steps – more like 6-7 in the morning and 6-7 at night.

    • H says:

      Can you tell us the products you use? I’ve been trying all the recs here (bought Eva Naturals serum), but now looking for a cleanser for night that’s good for sensitive skin.

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        Right now I am using for nighttime:
        Cleanser: I switch between Youth to the People Superfood Cleanser and Vanicream Cleanser.
        Cleansing Oil Balm: Heimish All Clean Cleansing Balm
        Toner: Bath and Body Works Hydrating Vitamin E Toner (I use a different one in the morning)
        Retinol: Paula’s Choice 1% clinical retinol (3 days a week)
        The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% on the other days – NEVER at the same time.
        Hyaluronic Acid: The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid w/B5
        Vitamin C: Mad Hippie Vitamin C serum (I sandwich this between two hydrating steps to avoid irritation)
        Moisturizer: Saturday Skin waterfall Glacier Water Cream
        Morning: cleanser
        Toner: Tarte Tingling Treatment (I’ve also used Biologique Recerche Lotion P5@ and Ole Henriksen Dark Spot Toner and would recommend both)
        All of my other steps followed by Sunscreen.

    • himmiefan says:

      My dermatologist said that proper vitamin C formulations are pricy, but they’re worth it. That plus prescription strength retinoid are the two things proven to really work on the skin. Peptides look hopeful. As for the rest, the regular ingredients aren’t expensive, but many companies do the prestige pricing to make them seem better than others.

    • dlc says:

      I find skincare advice so confusing! I turned 40 3.5 years ago and broke down and bought Rodan and Fields… messed my face up ! Still have red Mark’s from breakouts to this day. What can I use that will not break me out? I hear retinol, salicylic acid, hyaluric acid and vitamin c are big ones, but which? Won’t using to may irritate my face? Will anything help fade the red Mark’s from acne?

  9. Mel M says:

    I’m here for the two hour baths. When I was pregnant with my twins the last couple of months I had to get in the bath at least once a day, twice the last month. I was in so much pain and that was the only relief I could get, the only thing to take the pressure off of so much weight from my belly. My first two babies were 6lbs 7oz and 5lbs 10oz (he was 6 weeks early) so my body was soooo not prepared for so much weight, the twins both ended up being over 6lbs and they were boy/girl so each had their own placenta and fluid which adds even more weight. I pretty much finished the entire Army Wives series during that time, this was four years ago. Anyway, not gonna judge the pregnancy baths.

    • Agenbiter says:

      I’m curious how you kept the water hot?

      • Lala11_7 says:

        Let some water out…and run more hot water in…

        I spent my childhood in baths…reading books…like…FOR HOURS….It pretty much kept me happy and balanced…..

      • Mel M says:

        It was never really hot because your aren’t supposed to take super hot baths while pregnant anyway. I just had it pretty warm and would let it cool because it was just the weightlessness that I was looking for but I would drain some and add some warm water once it got too cold and that was only once every bath. I don’t think I was in there for two full hours but probably closer to 90min tops. Plus we are talking July and August so I wasn’t craving a hot bath.

      • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

        You open the drain and run the hot tap simultaneously until your temp is perfect.
        I haven’t done a bath like that in decades, but it works!

  10. N says:

    Skincare is my favorite. No need for anymore make up than concealer and brows (the Kevyn Aucoin brow pencil is awesome too) if the canvas is already on point. That CBD oil is awesome. It only has 2 ingredients and that’s the selling point for me. Helps me sleep longer and get a deeper sleep.

    • Thea says:

      Which CBD oil?

      • N says:

        I researched for about 2 years and went with Lord Jones. It is actually what she is using. The oil has 1,000mg/30ml. One full dropper is 40 mg. It is composed of CBD and grape seed oil. I massage it on my body for aches and tension also. Their gummies are obnoxiously delicious as well. The price blows but they have those crack/quad payments now so that helps. Most of all, their products really do work for me and it doesn’t feel like a placebo effect. I WILL pay for something that helps me not take opiates all the time. A little goes a long way with a toke as well.

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      Oh, my gosh! I’m post menopausal and having trouble with sleep. I found a product called Hempceutix Sleep by NaturesPlus. In addition to the phytocannabinoids, it has B6, magnesium, GABA, L-theanine, L- tryptophan, chamomile, hops and a host of other herbals. It’s an oral formulation, though, not topical.

      I haven’t slept so well in almost 10 years. What a god send.

      • N says:

        I will try this! I am sick to death of RX meds. Ambien is the devil. Thanks for the info. I use a higher dose of CBD because after years of meds, I have a high tolerance. It sucks.
        I am also menopausal because of my radical hysterectomy.

      • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

        I hope it works as well for you as it does for me. My fingers are crossed for you!!!🤞🏻 Best of luck!! I’d be hesitant to order from a mass storage outlet like amazon. I’ve read that the warehouses expect superhuman efforts from employees in a poorly climate controlled storage area, so stuff from there may be exposed to undesirable temperatures, in addition to the same conditions in shipping. And yeah, not kind to employees.

  11. MellyMel says:

    I love seeing what other people use on their face! And her voice is so calming. And we actually use some of the same makeup, so that’s cool. I use about 6-7 skincare products (not including makeup) morning and night, so I can’t imagine using more than that.

  12. Mignionette says:

    This is overkill and her skin will not thank her for it. Even with Korean / Japanese 10 step skincare, the focus is on nurturing the skin by gently layering products.

    Like a poster above I struggle in the evening at times so I bought the Heimish all clean balm. I slap that on and then rinse off when I am in the shower. It melts off my make up, sunscreen etc and then I follow with a handful of foaming face wash and then finish with moisturiser on those days where the motivation is just not there.

    On a good day however I do my skincare as soon as I get through the door in the evening. If I leave it any later it will NOT happen.

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      It’s crazy and redundant. She applies oils before serums and other topicals? Two concealers, two highlighters, three lip colors?

      • Erinn says:

        I mean, I use two concealers. One to cancel darkness / brighten the eye area, and the other to spot conceal. You can’t really use the same shade super effectively for both scenarios in most people’s cases. And sometimes I’ll top up a cream highlight with a touch of powder. It really takes an extra two to three seconds.

      • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

        Hi Erinn,

        I guess it must be a generational thing, lol!!!! I do stand by my questioning of applying a heavier oil before lighter serums and mists.
        Strangely, for me MAC NW20 is perfect for both. To each her own, and best regards!

      • Mignionette says:

        @NotSoSocialButterfly agreed.

        Everyone’s skin is different so she is doing what she is comfortable with. However I agree with Erin that occilusives (heavier products) should be applied last.

        My routine is as follows:

        1. Tiny amount of foaming face wash if I feel I need it otherwise just splash with water.
        2. Glycolic Toner
        3. Vitamin C Serum
        4. CoQ10 antioxidant and peptide serum
        5. Moisturiser
        6. Sunscreen
        7. Lip balm
        8. Followed by make up routine 10-15+ minutes later

        1. Oil or Balm cleanser with face cloth
        2. Eye make up remover for stubborn eye make-up
        3. Foaming face wash
        4. Glycolic Toner
        6. Glycolic Moisturiser
        7. Hada Labo Moisturiser later in evening/ before bed
        8. Lip balm

  13. Originaltessa says:

    My dermatologist has the most gorgeous skin I’ve ever seen. She’s 67. Her trick? Cetaphil cleanser, moisturize, retain-a, drink lots of water, eat well, and bathe in sunscreen. She claims everything else is just money down the toilet. Looking at her skin it’s hard to argue with her.

    • Thea says:

      I agree, but would add vitamin c and a hydrating serum the list.

    • himmiefan says:

      Totally agree with both.

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      I’m with her ( also w vitamin C, 1G divided, daily). Tons of water or it shows by way of blotchy complexion.

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      Every female derm or derm PA-C I have seen for myself, or my kids, has perfect skin. Each of them has said it is due to Retin-A. I’ve just embarked my journey with 0.025%, and despite the adolescent skin flare I have been dealing with in the second month, I’m looking forward to increasing the percentage to have that same poreless appearance. I just whack the saw palmetto to reduce the flares. I have found my pores enlarging post 50 with a decrease in collagen production ( also taking 1G of ascorbic acid /day).

      • Mignionette says:

        If you want to really up the collagen and are not a vegetarian / vegan then try bone broth.

  14. tealily says:

    Gosh her skin is sure pretty, though. Would if I could, Liv.

  15. Jess says:

    I watched this the other day in a youtube binge and it was fascinating! My daughter (12) was watching it too and it unexpectedly started a conversation about CBD oil. @celebitchy: You’d normally take it after work then to help chill out a little?

  16. Case says:

    I love skincare products, but if I’m honest, my skin looks better when my routine is kept simple. Cleanser, toner, essence/serum, SPF, and lotion, maybe an vitamin C oil or face mask at night. I start breaking out when I go too crazy with different steps.

    You know what’s funny? While Liv is a STUNNING woman obviously, I don’t think her skin is that spectacular after all those steps? She looks good, but I’ve seen other videos like this with women who have much better skin.

    • N says:

      Absolutely agree. Minimal ingredients and as few products as possible.

    • Desdemona says:

      I have atopic skin and rosacea, the best products are the simpler ones. Perfumed products,parabens, and other things are a no-go for me… Both the problems I have are really tricky and both the dermathologist and the aestheticist are adamant, clean, serum, moisturizer, Sundscreen.. That’s it.. Peelings. facial lifts no way…
      My skin is a nightmare… (sad face..)

  17. FluffyPrincess says:

    Well if it’s an obsession or addiction — it’s a good one to have as she looks amazing!

  18. Taryn says:

    Watching her go through her whole skin care process is strangely sooo therapeutic for me. I have maybe 7 steps for day and night and everyone around me thinks I’m crazy. I think 10 is my max though, surely 25 products back to back can’t be good for your skin?

  19. Melissa Manifesto says:

    I take care of my skin, like most women I know (hello, Mother !), but my issue with expensive celebrity skincare is that I really don’t see that much of a difference between theirs and the regular. I have the same feeling with Youtubers who are raving about a product, their skin looks the same, and sometimes worse than people who do minimal skincare. One thing that has always, simultaneously amused and annoying me, is when celebrities are praised for their skin while wearing makeup when that is the whole point of wearing makeup. With that being said, Liv Tyler is and has always been gorgeous.

  20. Tiffany says:

    This video is the first time I truly see her mother’s face. She looks just like Bebe.

    And if I had the money to do this, I totally would.

  21. Carli Whitehead says:

    I started watching the video but she lost me when she pulled out a scrunchie made from a vintage Hermes scarf. She was talking about how careful she is with her hair or something. #NotRelatable

  22. Tallia says:

    Ugh. Anything with oil in it and I break out, without fail. WAH!

  23. isabelle says:

    Sunscreen, prescription grade Retin-A, moisturizer, a CHEMICAL exfoliate (no powders or grains) is all anyone needs, that is it.Women get ripped off on these gimmicks.

  24. Valerie says:

    Step 1: Get botox.

  25. msn says:

    WAOUW $300 for a Hyaluronic Acid?

    My regimen runs to 9 steps in the P.M. and 80% of that is hydration and I’ve tried quite a few HA’s, my all-time favourite is the Hadalabo Gyoujin Premium Hyaluronic which retails for £7. It has about x5 molecular weights of HA so it penetrates to five levels of the skin, it’s a lovely gel consistency that has a nice slip to it so it plays well with all the products I apply after it.
    The priciest HA I’ve used is NIOD’s Multi Molecular Hydration Complex, with x15 molecular weight HA it’s certainly deluxe and it’s a smooth formulation that can be applied on dry skin and still works.
    All this to say that I prefer the cheapo Hadalabo and even if I had bags of money wouldn’t pay in excess of £30 for a Hyaluronic Acid no matter the formulation, it’s a product that I prefer to be as simple as possible to prep my skin for the 20% Actives in my routine.

    Liz is absolutely glowing and I completely understand the investment of time she puts in, not sure her product order would work for me but it’s clearly effective for her.
    I haven’t watched Harlots, but she was wonderful in The Leftovers and I was hoping she’d show up in the new Watchman show from the same producers, she gets better as an actress with each role.

    • msd says:

      I freaking love Hada Labo Premium, the one in the gold/orange bottle. It’s my fave hyaluronic by far. I tried the NIOD one and didn’t like it. I do love their CAIS though (the copper peptide). My skin is just better when I use it: stronger, more resilient. Unfortunately it’s really expensive.

  26. Aenflex says:

    No sunscreen. That’s like anti aging rule #1.

    I keep my routine simple with true broad spectrum sunscreen, oils, tretinoin, professional peels and at home acid products from Obagi and Skinceuticals.

  27. Alyse says:

    TBF after watching this I figured out the mainbeauty products I use (mostly) daily (inc hair stuff not inc any makeup) = about $500 RV+ … and I’m just a normal person (though my sis works for Murad Cosmetics & I get a big discount…. but now that I use them I’ll keep paying even when she leaves)

    So that much for celebrity to spend… eh

    Liv has amazing skin too!

  28. Lady Atriedes says:

    Apologies if I missed it, but is there a link anywhere for the facial massager she uses in the video?

  29. Kage says:

    I’m sorry to say this but she’s only 42 and she looks much older. She is a beautiful woman, but it doesn’t seem like this routine is helping much.

    Unless she has a condition that I’m awarw of, I mean who doesn’t have health problems these days right?

    I think having great skin is mostly not about the products you use, but I guesz if you have the money to blow and enjoy it…why not?

    • Mimi says:

      Yeah, I don’t think she looks that good. I know many women who are ten years older than her who look much younger than her and they are just using drugstore products.

    • msd says:

      I’ve always thought Liv Tyler had a very mature face? Even when she was a teenager in Stealing Beauty she looked like she could easily pass for 30 with her hair up and makeup on. Not bad in any way – just mature in a sort of timeless, ethereal way. She never had a young or babyish face, to me. I don’t think any beauty routine will change that fundamental quality about her. I’m not even sure the aim is to look younger. Her skin does look strong and natural and clear and resilient to me, which is a great thing in your 40s and beyond.

  30. Adrien says:

    25? Maybe if they’re from the same line otherwise if I use products from different companies, they will fight each other off and will lead to irritation. I used to have 20 different products but now down to the basic. I save my money for clinic procedures and facials.

  31. whybother says:

    I barely able to keep up with my 10 steps routine, I see an improvement that is why I see sticking to it but 25 steps? but I didnt see her putting on sunscreen? and over 1k+…. welp… I guess I’m not at that level

  32. Christina says:

    Her skin is fine, not great. This routine sounds excessive but harmless.

  33. Ashley G says:

    The only thing I could get from there is Avene because we have that everywhere in Paris but I actually don’t really care for Avene at all. It’s like 16-20€ and I can get a better moisturizer with Embryolisse which is 6-13€ depending on the size. Avene, Bioderma, La Roche, Nuxe, Caudalie, none of them wow me but those are our everyday brands here in France. You can get them at the pharmacy or Monoprix. I actually feel sorry for Americans who pay double for those products back home. One that not a lot of people mention and I can’t underatand why is Filorga. They were just bought by Colgate but when I tweeted them mentioning I Hope they don’t ruin their recipes they tweeted they would strive to stay the same. If that’s true, I wish more people would talk about them because they’re great. Really shocked none of these videos ever mention them.

  34. Anna says:

    That’s a lot of chemicals plastered onto the skin. Also, it’s super super unhealthy to soak your skin in hot water every day.

  35. BendyWindy says:

    I’ve never had a complicated routine, but it’s gotten even simpler.

    Cleanse twice a day with BioSense Sensibio micellar water.
    Use OTC Differin gel at night.

    I should use a moisturizer and sunscreen, but I have sensitive, extremely oily skin and have yet to find anything that doesn’t aggravate. So I just wear hats and limit sun exposure.

    My skin has never looked better.